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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1911)
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25 per cent off Men's and Boy's Summer Suits
15 per cent off on Boy's Wash Suits
15 per cent off on all Straw and Panama Hats
FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES RECEIVED
CLEANING AND PKESSXNG
Merchant Tailors and Outfitters
Bums, Oregon. Odd Fellows Bldg
nravlly nml from wclla for mimtv
ling, incnsuro tlio discharge of
such springs as nro contemplated
within reach and estimate tho
cost of construction for city
They aro also to survey out tho
most practical and fcasiblo sow
erngo system both gravity and
dump and soptic tankshow main
lines of mains for be th Hystcms
and gather such ot'iur informa
tion as is necessary for a com
plete system with cost to tho city.
Theso two civil engineers have
been with C. B. McConncll for
somotimo in his preliminary work
on tho Silver creek and Silvies
Valley irrigation projects nnd aro
capablo men. Whilo they aro
young both have had practical
experiences in tho lino of workj
for which tlioy have been em
ployed by tho city and no doubt
will make a complete and satis
Tho city authorities have had
to move these exhibits from place
to placo and have sufllcient to re
plenish tho permanent exhibit at
various places whore they aro
maintained. It is also desired to
liavo tho namo of the grower, his
location and the conditions under
which tho productfl woro grown.
Products for exhibition at tho
county fair cannot bo so labelled
and compote for prizes but this
information can bo given tho
superintendent of tho pavilion
and after tho fair can bo attached
to ull Bpcciinons, as was tho caso
last year, and forwarded.
It Ih expected that every rail
road system of tho Northwest
will bo represented hero during
tho Lenguo meeting and fair,
therefore it is important that wo
secure tho best possible display
for them to view. Tho Great
Northern will again give out
prize ribbons nnd also a silver cup
as they did Inst year.
Tho Fair Association 1ms in-
RATtUUlAY, AlMUdT .
IllI.IAN III Ull - Min.KT
NEEDS LOOKINO AFTEK.
do anything to reliovo the appar
ent holdup as it seems theSumpt
er Valley company is still work
ing from Austin under the con
struction management nnd no
contract can bo entered into un
der such conditions.
Mr. Kellogg has gono to Port
land for tho mirpose of securing
tho necessary equipment to bring
tho mail in from Austin by team
and unless matters can bo ad
justed before tho end of the fis-l
this in mind for some timo and creased tho premiums and made
were ready to take tho matter un some additions that aro also at
at any timo conditions would , tractive Tho copy for tho pre
wnrrnntundcoimiolcnt men could mium list was sent tho Btato
bo secured at reasonable cost to printer long ago but they havo
do tho preliminary work. Burns ' not yet been received. The de
is ready for both water and sow- lay is regretted hut cannot bo
er systems and'overy thing should I helped. Farmers nro asked to
bo in readiness next spring for, save Borne oi their uest prociucw
a bettor Irrigation system for a
number of ranches on Otis creek
nnd tho Malheur but tho work
was novor complotcd.
Tho P. L. S. Co., S. S. Wil
liams, J. L. SIU and 1. M. Davis
are some of tho parties interested
and tho purposo is to cover more
satisfactorily lands owned by tho
stockholders In the new corpora
UKY FARM IIUILDINOS.
their installation. In the mean
time tho now charter with such
provisions as are necessary should
A matter that is of consider-
for these exhibits and ns soon as
tho lisw are received they will be
Iinni-niinroil rm nn imnpnnasiirv ' AS BOOH US nuSHlblQ II10II Will
delay may bo encountered. ; be put in the Hold to assist in
'gathering these oxhibitH but it
IMtei'AKINd I'OR MEI2TIN0. i will bo Impossible to cover tho
.entire county. Tho Asfocintion
ical year, Sept. SO, he will begin!
sis mniwifpM. Tim tnnllnj wna
able importance to people of this brought befoM t)0 Commercial
section is the threatened change club and tho secretary has coin-
in the manner of bringing tho numicated with tho Postollico ... " . . and theso substantial prizes will
mnil nvm- tlm Pnnvon-Prairic ' Department to ascertain what. i"-""'""" -i'a """ """ l"i compensate for the trouble of
route. It seems the mail con- can be done. It is an imposition 'prepare for tho big Development, .,al)erjnK mo nt.COWft,.y displays
At a meeting of the
cial Club last Tuesday evening
Commer- s olfering some special premiums
li l..jl miI t. ..II nirnH tlin im.iittf
VU UIOM H.IO UI UtVI kllU V.UMIIIJ
tract wad awarded to Mr. Kellogg that should be remedied without
from Austin to Burns, the Sump- delay. If tho railroad people arc
ter Valley extension from Austin charging an unreasonable rate to
to Prairio being under construe- carry the mail a short distance
tion at the time tho contract was there should bo some way to
let. However, the stage coaches mako them como to time. Our
have only gone ns far as Prairie mail is on the road long enough
Mr. Kellogg having arranged now and instead of being longer,
wun me oumpior vauuy pcopiu wincli it would bo by severa
League meeting to be held hero
President Miller was author
ized to appoint a general arrange
ments committee for this purpose , tributed
to cover the details and appoint, jjet busy
sub-committees to look after tho
in tho various districts. Thero
aro seven of those districts cov
ering the entire county and there
are four special prizes to be d'n-
thcreforo they should
hours, we should mako an effort
to shorten the time.
CITV WATER AND SDVERAfiE.
to bring the mail over that far.
He claims the railroad manage
ment are charging him all the
contract pays for the delivery of
the mail from Austin to Canyon
and unless he can get it reduced k in, u of the
he will have to put teams on and ' .,,..,, .
carry the mail from Austin. He col,nci1 Inst mhi Engineers
has appealed to the Poslolliee Cooper & Dodge woro employed
Department at Washington but to make a preliminary survey of
thero has been no disposition to all feasible water supply both
comfort of the guests. Ho will
also appoint a committee to gath
er Harney county products for
use in advertising our
LOCAL IRRIGATION COMPANY.
Judge Grant Thompson has
been in tho city for soveral days
awaiting tho arrival of plans for
tho experiment farm buildings.
Prof Scuddcr wroto under date
of Aug. 20, that tho plans had
been delayed In tho hands of the
architect but wouldoo forwarded
in a day or two and asked Judge
Thompson to get them into the
hands of carpenters at once in
order to havo bids within ten
days after their receipt. It is in
tended to havo concrete founda
tions to tho buildings therefore
hasto must bo made In order to
get material in from tho railroad
during tho freighting season nnd
tho work undor way.
Prof Scudder is expected in at
tho timo the bids aro submitted
nnd will be accompanied by the
man who will havo charge of tho
I. M. Sweek has announced his
intention of opening a new store
in Canyon City. Stock has been
ordered and as soon as it arrives
and tho necessary arrangements
made the new business enterprise
will bo launched. Mr. Sweek
formerly lived in BuniH and for
the lust year has been employed
in the general merchandise store
of Johnson & Knox of John Day.
He has had a great deal of expe
rience in merchandising and
friends freely predict success for
his venture. Blue Mt. Eagle.
Brown's Satisfactory Store
We are in a position to make you a lowe
price than any quotation submitted to yo;
bv anv Harnev County merchant, BriiJ
us the list. We will sell under it. This offej
includes STUbEBAKER WAGONS, BUGGI$
ii 'iHMMmn an iiJii iwwumi urn mw www m am iawn;
iiimi nin in urn .iwamiiiifiwUMWiiH irniiniiTinin'-- tui r '
"I suffered intensely after eat
ing and no medicine or treat
ment I tried seemed to do any
good," writes' II. M. Youngpet
ers, Editor of Tho Sun, Lake
View, Ohio. "The first few
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets gave mo sur
prising relief and the second bot
tle seemed to give inc :i now
stomach and perfectly good
health." For sale by all good
,11 , HHHHM
MISSION AT BURNS.
Judge Will R. King informs
resources. MilnTim,,u.,il,r,,i,i .i1Il( ii1( .,...
atthebiglamlshow oL.o..eUUn .0 T, D Ue
tho east. Transportation com- , , ,., ,,.,
panics are anxious to secure these ctomntlon Co.. articles of which
exhibits and will take caro of i were filed with tho county clerk
them as soon ns they have been last week, was a strictly local
assembled. It seems they desire concern composed of water users
particularly grain in the straw in tho Drewsey Bection. It seems
and root crops that will keep for ' a ditch was started several years
an indefinite- time as they desire ago for tho purpose of perfecting
WE HAVE IT HERE
Everything' that our long experience has found needed by people of
THE HARNEY VALLEY COUNTRY
Build Up Your Own Town and Community
by trading with your home merchants
LUNABURG, DALTON & CO.
have established and will maintain an up to date department store.
A few of the thousands of articles carried in stock enumerated below
Dry Goods Wares of all kind
A Complete Line of Staple and
Fancy DRY GOODS including
Ladies Cloaks, Waists, Skirts, Sweat
ers, Shawls, Hand Bags, Beds and
Bedding, Undermuslins, Dress Goods,
Hosiery, Corsets and Corset Covers.
The Most Complete and Up-to-Date
Gents' Furnishing Dep't.
Men and Boys Suits and Overcoats;
Socks, Neckties, Collars and Cuffs,
Cuff Buttons and Links, New Stock
of Working and Dress Shirts, Hats,
Caps, Gloves, Underwear Suspenders,
Levi StrousB and "Bo.ss of the Road"
Overalls, Jumpers, Linen Dusters.
Rubber foot wear, Rubber clothing.
Drugs, Oils, Etc.
We mention here a few of the very
things carried in this department.
Perfumery, Face Powder, Creams and
Solutions, Toilet Articles, Blue Vitro,
Formaldehide, Chloride Lime, Turpen
tine, Gasoline, Kerosene. Lubricating
Oils, Stock and Poultry Foods, Insect
Powders and all Household Remedies.
Pure California Wines, Grapo Juice
and Liquors for household purposes.
Pure, denatured and wood alcohol.
Sal soda. Paints and oils.
Arc so representative in character
that it is possible to furnish your home.
WOODENWARE- Brooms, Brushes,
Willow Ware, Water Bags, Barrels
and Kegs and chopping bowls, etc.
QUEENSWARE Fine China. Cut
Glass, Silver Deposit Ware, Mirrors,
Cooking Utensils, Pottery, Lamps.
HARDWARE-Nails. Gardfen Tools,
Rope, Cuttlery Full lino of Tinware
Barb wire, staples, roofing.
JEWELRY-Clocks, Watches, Stick
Pins, Belt Buckles, Chains, Fobs.
ing Goods, Guns, Am
munition Fishing and
Tents, Tarpaulians &
Boots and Shoes
We are proud of this department and
can give satisfaction to all Men,
Women and Children. Wo carry the
celebrated Buckingham & Hccht line.
All Honorable Competition Met.
For family, friends and yourself if
you purchase n PHONOGRAPH with .
RECORDS. Wo have them in stock.
Our Children's Department is so
complete that wo can furnish your
little ones from top to too. Wo havo
not overlooked tho Dolls and Toys.
Of all kinds Flour, Bncon, Lard,
Honoy, Grain, Grass Seed, and Feeds,
all kind of Farm Produce, Fresh Fruit
and Vegetables, Evaporated Fruits.
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Valises,
Suit Cases, and Uuttcrlclt Patterns.
STATIONARY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
NOTIONS - CONFCCTIONARIES
Grain and Wool Dags, Sack and
Your Business Solicited.
THE BUIiNS DEPARTMENT STORE
August27 to September 1. 1911.
Church of tho Holy Family.
Sunday night Tho Soul's Sal
vation. Monday night Sin the Enemy
of God and Man.
Tuesday night-Mnn's Last
Wednesday night Come ye
Blessed or Depart ye Wicked.
Thursday night Our Adver
sary, like n roaring lion Gooth
Friday night Tho Home and
what it should be.
Special exercises for tho child
Confessions heard at any hour
between 0 a. m. anu 'J p. m.
Friday night renovation of
vows for tho whole congregation.
All Catholics and especially -non-Catholics
aro invited nnd urged
to mako use of the Question Box
by submitting questions on reli
gion, morals, and Jesus Christ
These questions wilj bo answer
ed every evening before tho mis
Ri:v. Thomas J. Brady,
Tho French Hotel under the
management of L. B. Gulp lias
tho desired reputation for real
comfort and good service.
Pastuiik Soven miles from
Bums. Both horses nnd "cattle.
$2 per month.- Mrs. E. E. Owsley.
t hit li th tltlt of ft btautirul 4-eim Ui-fi 4t -
vUl haw but kar or rlrl how to BDCCtn ' v . $X
poUl In ta mall TODAY and It will te Jjfj
turn 1M U1 bOtAVgl. M UlfcUU 1GIM TtMjxjxji
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counts u AfTiealtitr, Clru torlnter)ti.t
erUff, rorrtrr, Domtitlo-Bcl.nc uni
mere, rnirmiry asa aunc. m c
f iptmbor aid. Caujog ftf t.
A&tntt: UaKTKAK, OREGON ACITJ
O0UIQE, OorreUU, Ortfon.
In tlio County Court of the filntw 01 Ore-
Kon for tlio GoimtJ ut Ilnrncy.
In tlio tnntlvr of tlio untato of Juson
Itonnrtt, di'ivrtfcd I
Notlco Ik liureliy hi'ii that byonlor'
of tlio County Court of tlio Htnto of Oro-
Kon for Iifirifoy County, duly iiiikIq am) '
vntorvi) on tlio Int 'lay of Jutiu, Kill,!
tlio muliirrlKin.il urn duly appointed i
Hxrcutor of tint lat Will and Tectnmcnt '
of Javori l)cuiiott,drr'anrd. All portion
ImvlliK olalum iiKaltirt tho uliovo vnUtti
aro lioroliy tintltloil to proiont tlio name,
crl0d a by law rculit-d, to tlio un-
dfralKtird I'xcctltor nilliln nix inontln
from tlio dato liorcof, and tlita notice W
dated tlio l'-'tli dnyof AuKtit, 1(111.
I I. l'OUJADK,
Kxocutorof tlio Itikt Will and Tviitnmtnt
of Jnnon llciiuvtt, doc'aiHd.
Second Hand Store
and Loan Office
buy, sell, oxclinuo mid
money on everything.
A. TRAQOTT & CO.
Jurtcnucn llullJInj. Main Street, Hum, Ore-
Private instructions in
VOICE and PIANO
Sight singing and Health Culture
Studio over Tho Times-Herald
We Have Opened Offices in the New ik
Building in Burns, and are Prepared
TA Furnish Accurate, Relia
v and Complete Abstracts
Title to all Lands in Harney
fA Buy and Sell Real Estate;!
" Large and Small Tracts.
r i Wm w
write rire insurance ml
Strongest Old Line Comp
8,000 acre tract irrigated Ian
best in Central OregonFii
class colonization projec.
All Business Intrusted To Us Will
Prompt and Careful Attention.
MOTHERSHEAD & DONEG
Rooms '1 and 5 Masonic Building
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.
Wednesday, August 23? 1911
Uoneiflting of Pullman Standard and Tour
itit Sleeping Cars and Sleol CoacliOH, leaving
Unkor at (5:1 f p. in., La Grando 8:00 p. in.
ROUND TRIP PARE
Tickotn good for return up to and including
Sept. 7, permitting stop-ovor at Portland
and AHtoria giving an opportunity to visit
tlio AHtoria Contonnail
CHOICE OF STEAMERS
PuBSongors may tnko tho IOxcuiwon Sleanior "T. . I. Pot
tor" loaving AbIi Stroot Dock at 8:00 a. in. on Aug. 2-lth
or 35th and enjoy a delightful daylight rido on tlio Colum
bia ltivor, or tho Htoamoro "Harvest Quoon" or "Ha.sBalo"
leaving at 8:00 p. m. same dateH.
For furthor partioulars call on any QAV. H. N Co
Agont or writo to
Wm. McAlurray, acnernl Passenger Agent,
Young's Meat Market & Gi.
Has a full line of
neriirDAi UAioiro-rii d
Get our Prices on Groceries, Hardwat
CASH WILL GET BARGAINS HEE
Prompt Attention CM